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ISTANBUL: A Russian naval spy ship on Thursday sank in the Black Sea off Turkey's coast after hitting a Togo-flagged vessel packed with livestock but all of its 78 crew were rescued by Turkish coastguards. The Russian military said the Liman — a former research ship re-fitted as an intelligence vessel — had a hole ripped out of its hull in the early afternoon incident. The collision took place in fog outside the northwestern entrance to the Bosphorus Strait, one of the world's biggest shipping thoroughfares that passes through Istanbul into the Sea of Marmara. The Turkish coastguard said in a statement that the collision involved the Togo-flagged vessel Youzarsif H which was carrying a cargo of livestock. It said that of 78 Russian personnel on board the ship, 63 were rescued by the Turkish coastguard and the other 15 by the Youzarsif H itself.
Washington Free Beacon
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A Russian naval reconnaissance ship sank in the Black Sea on Thursday after colliding with a freighter. All 78 crew members of the Russian ship were rescued and there were no injuries on the freighter from Togo either, the Associated Press reported . The ship, the frigate Liman, had a hole punctured in its hull and a Turkish rescue ship brought the Russian sailors aboard. The Russians were then transferred to a Russian cargo ship and are expected to continue on to the Russian navy's Black Sea homeport in Crimea. Russia annexed the Crimea Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014. Before the annexation, Russia had a naval base there for its Black Sea fleet, which it continues to operate. The incident occurred approximately 25 miles northwest of the Bosphorus Strait. The freighter, the Youzarsif H., was carrying livestock. The cause of the collision was not immediately clear, the AP noted.
TIME - Top Stories
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Authorities kicked a man off his Delta flight to Milwaukee after he used the bathroom while the plane was stalled on the tarmac in Atlanta, CBS 58 reports . Passenger Kima Hamilton tried to use the restroom before his flight took off on April 18. Flight attendants told him the plane would lose its spot in the takeoff queue if he did not remain in his seat, but after half an hour on the runway, Hamilton used the restroom anyway. Videos posted days after the event online show Hamilton explaining to plane officials that it was an emergency. And when officials tried to escort Hamilton off the plane, he refused to give up his seat. Staff eventually escorted everyone off the plane and Hamilton was not allowed to board again, according to CBS 58. This past Wednesday, Delta said in statement to the Journal-Sentinel that passengers had to follow all instructions from the flight crew.
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Russia's defense ministry says a naval reconnaissance ship has sunk after colliding with a freighter off Istanbul, but all crew members were rescued
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as we know more. Also the Russian reconnaissance ship, which collided with a container ship, sank in the Black Sea, it seems the crew is.
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